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Dixie Outlet Mall - Mall

Located near the Yellow Entrance, Dixie Outlet Mall's Guest Services Kiosk includes several friendly mall representatives to provide information and answer questions. Other services offered include ATMs, public telephones and wheel-chair accessible washrooms. Wheel-chairs and Walkers are complimentary but require a deposit of $50 upon use.

Dixie Outlet Mall - Mall

Dixie Outlet Mall does not have or sell any Gift Cards as they have been bought over by new owners. Dixie Outlet Mall has been without gift cards since the acquisition in the early Spring 2018 by Slate Asset Management, one year after and there are still are no gift cards and no date of when they will be available.

Dixie Outlet Mall - Mall

It was opened in 1956 as Dixie Plaza, and was renamed Dixie Outlet Mall in the late 1980s after significant expansion and renovations took place. The name Dixie Plaza was adopted by another property in the 1980s. It was the first mall of its kind in Mississauga (then known as Toronto Township, or specifically, Lakeview) and is the oldest still in operation.

Dixie Outlet Mall - Mall

Dixie Outlet Mall is "100% Bullfrog Powered", meaning that it runs directly on clean and renewable electricity generated by wind and hydroelectric sources. Dixie Outlet Mall also provides many recycling stations throughout the mall. It was awarded the Gold Award by the Recycling Council of Ontario in 2010 for its efforts.

Crystal Mall (British Columbia) - Mall

Crystal Mall was established in the year 2001. The mall also has a traditional Chinese open market and has 950 parking stalls in its 4-level underground parking, although a small section is reserved for hotel customers only. The mall itself was constructed in a circular design which comprises two levels of shops and a Chinese open market on the first level, while the second level consist of more shops as well as a food court catering mainly to East Asian cuisines. The outer side of the main level consist of further stores and multiple restaurants. Also of note is within a section of a hallway on the first level consist of a so-called "computer lane" which sells mainly computers and electronics parts.

Kyova Mall - Kyova Mall

The Treasure Chest has been open and been in the mall since April 2009.

Pakuwon Mall - Pakuwon Mall

Pakuwon Mall - Pakuwon Trade Center was claimed by Pakuwon to be the biggest mall in Indonesia with the net (retail) leaseable area of 180,000 m 2. Pakuwon Mall and Pakuwon Trade Center have some anchor tenants such as Hypermart, Matahari Department Store, Lotte Mart, Sogo Department Store, Best Denki, Celebrity Fitness, Gramedia, Timezone, Ace Hardware, Informa, PTC XXI, Pakuwon Mall XXI (IMAX), Zara, H&M, Uniqlo, LC Waikiki, Pasarame, Chipmunks, Miniapolis, Amped Trampoline Park, Toys Kingdom, Amazing Zone.

Alexandria Mall - Mall history

Stein Mart closed on April 30, 2006, followed soon by the closure of Mervyn's. In March 2007, Burlington Coat Factory opened in the former Mervyn's location, while Weiss & Goldring relocated outside the mall. Bed Bath & Beyond opened in 2008 in the previous location of Weiss & Goldring. The previous Stein Mart location used to house a children's play place called Slinkee's. Both Slinkee's and the neighboring Lagniappe Theater Company, who had moved into the former Stein Mart and Sam Goody retail locations respectively (both locations having been part of the original Wellan's space), were forced to move out, in preparation for a new anchor tenant, that could be a Conn's. It was eventually revealed that a Conn's would move into the Alexandria Mall in 2016.

Alexandria Mall - Mall history

It was announced that the Stage located in the mall would be closing early 2019. It is now closed.

Pakuwon Mall - Pakuwon Mall

Pakuwon Mall 1 (formerly Supermal Pakuwon Indah) The mall consists of 3 Floors, 1 Basement Parking and Rooftop. After the expansion of Pakuwon Mall in 2017, some part of the car park in the Basement floor, and Rooftop is used for the expansion of the mall retail area.

Pakuwon Mall - Pakuwon Mall

Pakuwon Mall 2 This is the new part of the mall opens at early 2017. The new expansion of the mall area consists of 6 floors, which was built in 2 phases. The phase 2 is for the left side from the Grand Atrium and Orchard Tanglin Apartment, the construction was started from 2012 and already finished at 2014. For the 3rd phase, which is the Fashion Atrium Area and La Riz Condominium was built from 2013 and already finished at 2017. For the Parking area consists of 3 Basement. The soft opening of this mall opened at 10 November 2016.

Kyova Mall - Kyova Mall

In 2005, Eggleston Associates of Cincinnati, Ohio, purchased the mall from its original developer. Shortly thereafter, a new plan for the mall was developed; Eggleston also renamed the mall Kyova Mall. A new roof was also installed, which included repairs to the central segment of the shopping center, as it was in bad condition. Talks began again for a movie theatre in the slot where one had originally been planned. Steve & Barry's opened in the old Kmart in 2005.

Kyova Mall - Kyova Mall

On May 11, 2006, plans were announced to add a new movie theater complex to the mall; within a year, it had been confirmed that Phoenix Theatres would open a location in the former Phar-Mor. as Phoenix had more experience in retrofitting theateres into existing retail big-box stores The 10-screen theater, which opened in May 2007, includes high-back "stadium seating" chairs, making it the second theater in the region to feature stadium seating. Since the opening of the theater, the mall has seen a significant increase in traffic, although only 21% of its smaller shop space is occupied. The Phoenix Theatre was later renamed to KYOVA 10 Theatre.

Indian Mall - Mall development

In 1998, shortly after the Westside Middle School massacre, Indian Mall received significant press coverage, as the location where Rev. Phillip McClure, a local pastor, started ministering to people.

Indian Mall - Mall development

Indian Mall was used to host various events including athletic team appearances and signings as well as fundraisers for different organizations across the state and country.

Monroeville Mall - Mall amenities

The mall was decorated with fountains and plant life that flourished under enormous skylights. The Gimbels court of the mall featured a large yellow clock tower that housed 12 animated puppets, each one representing an ethnic group in the Pittsburgh area. One puppet performed every hour, and all performed together at 1pm and 6pm. The court at the Horne's end of the mall had a large, circular fountain, surrounded by a seating area. The store selection in the mall ranged from high fashion to hardware. There was a bank, several places to eat, pharmacies, pubs and even a ministry center, as developers had intended on making the mall into an indoor "town center" for the Monroeville community.

Kyova Mall - Kyova Mall

In August 2016, Extreme Air, the Tri-State's first indoor trampoline park, opened. Extreme Air left the KYOVA mall to move to the Huntington Mall in Barboursville on August 10, 2019.

Pakuwon Mall - Pakuwon Mall

Pakuwon Trade Center This mall is focused on lifestyle center like gadget area, pet shop, beauty center, reflexology center.

Indian Mall - Mall development

The mall first opened as a small shopping center with Blass (a chain owned by Dillard's; the store was later re-branded Dillard's), TG&Y, Sears, and a supermarket called Stimson's. The mall sustained heavy damage during a series of tornadoes that struck the city on May 27, 1973. J. C. Penney was added in 1976. TG&Y closed in the 1980s; Dillard's then moved its men's wear and home goods to the former TG&Y space. The supermarket space was converted to a food court in the 1980s as well.

Indian Mall - Mall development

Indian Mall opened in 1968 as a shopping destination for Jonesboro and northeastern Arkansas. It was also the second mall in the state (the first being Phoenix Village Mall in Fort Smith). Indian Mall derived its name from the name of nearby Arkansas State University's mascot.

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